College Media Network

The Observer

The Student Newspaper of Case Western Reserve University
  • Home
  • News
    • Sports
      • Fun Page
      • Opinion
        • Focus
          • About Us
            • Info
            • Staff
          • Archives
          • Options
            • Login
            • Register
            • Write to the Editor
            • Syndication
            • Search
          • New Features
            • Plan Spring Break!
            • Learn about your Finances
          • Advertising


          Future is promising for new boathouse

          Wilkes said the main goal is just to get time on the water, have fun, and get experience for their later races, including the Home Schools Regatta, Alumni Regatta, and the West Virginia Governor's Cup.

          Spartans knock off No. 2-ranked Heidelberg

          Case squad continues to roll, wins fourth straight

          Spartans knock off No. 2-ranked Heidelberg

          Spartan starting pitcher Zach Fry pitched a complete game, giving up just one earned run and striking out five.

          Distance does well at Wake Forest

          The Spartans are in action next when they travel to the DePauw University Invitational on April 3.

          CWRU head coaches conference's lowest paid

          CWRU's head coaches have been, on average, the UAA's lowest paid for four of the last six years, which is the amount of time the reports have been available.

          Spartan Spotlight: Steve Bills

          Spartan Spotlight: Steve Bills

          Steve Bills is a junior catcher for the Spartan baseball team. He is studying chemical engineering and hails from Greensburg, Pa.

          Z's return

          I am happy to have Z back in my life, but from here on out, let's give champagne to our real dudes, and real pain to the sham dudes.

          Men's tennis squeaks by Walsh, pound John Carroll

          "Two matches isn't enough to really build a sense of invincibility, but hopefully we will win a couple more consecutively and gain a very high level of confidence." - John Smetona, men's tennis

          Mather Park close to completion

          Mather Park close to completion

          Spartans get swept

          The beginning of a 10-game road trip did not go especially well for the Spartans (5-13) in Michigan at Albion College. The Britons (6-6) managed a pair of come-from-behind wins to crawl up to a .500 record.

          In This Issue


          • 2010 USG executive board candidates speak
          • Can you name this place?
          • Minh for the win? Current vice president of student life Minh-Tri Nguyen seeks USG presidency
          • New performing arts center announced
          • Representative Barbara Lee addresses concerns over new health care bill
          • SEC proposes cutting 20 percent of Greek life funds
          • Undergraduate Student Government polls open through tonight
          • Weberian politics: Current vice president of finance Max Weber campaigns for the USG presidency


          • CWRU head coaches conference's lowest paid
          • Distance does well at Wake Forest
          • Future is promising for new boathouse
          • Mather Park close to completion
          • Men's tennis squeaks by Walsh, pound John Carroll
          • Spartan Spotlight: Steve Bills
          • Spartans get swept
          • Spartans knock off No. 2-ranked Heidelberg
          • Z's return

          Fun Page

          • Crossword solution
          • Sudoku Easy Solution
          • Sudoku Evil Solution


          • Editorial: Maltz Center a great gift, with some questions remaining
          • Foreign sentiments: an American's reception abroad
          • Formality: dead and gone
          • Letters to the Editor: firearms and Greek funding
          • State of health care not worthy of "crisis" label
          • What is your favorite Greek Week event?


          • An in-depth look: Will You Marry Us?
          • Argument against complaints
          • Case Animal Rights and Ethics Society sees green at vegan dinner
          • CIA Student Exhibition displays student works with minimalist atmosphere
          • Lifehouse to open for Daughtry at Wolstein Center; bassist speaks
          • Notes from the flowers: florals for spring
          • Over 300 films from over 60 countries in one city: The 34th annual Cleveland International Film Festival
          • Ryan Keytack wins Dancing with the CWRU Stars
          • Sex and dating: A capacity for change
          • The Buzz
          National College Advertising and Marketing | Privacy Policy (9/9/09) | Terms of Use (9/9/09)
          Content Submission Agreement (8/23/07) | Copyright Compliance Policy (4/27/09) | RSS Terms of Use



          This Week's Front Page

          Download Print Edition PDF